25 February 2010

Sarah: waiting for a snow angel


Camilla: Snow princess



20 comments:

Kotivalo said...

Beautifull!! Both = )

Stephanie said...

Glittery, glorious, gorgeous! What would we do without the light?

Patricia said...

Beautiful light snow!

Michelle said...

Gorgeous...I love how the snow shimmers in the sunlight. You both captured it beautifully...

I love Thursdays thanks to you two!!

Kim Klassen said...

seriously in love with your snow sparkle girls... just fabulous....

thank you for brightening my thursdays.....xxo, kim

Carolyn Parker said...

ummmm, such a nice combo, and exquisite back light

Susan {Florali} said...

You 2 did it again. So refreshing.

amanda rose said...

these are beautifully captured. such refreshing photos.

Filamental said...

Seeing this each week is how I mark time. My alarm clock goes off at 8:00 AM every morning because I do not know how to set it. Ha. At least I know when it is 8:00 AM every day. I am always up at 5:00AM especially on Thursdays to see the photo of the week. You and Sarah click together so well.

Neuroknitter said...

Good morning!! I so love this dippy!!!

Kristin said...

Your photos compliment each other and I enjoy your blog. Sarah, how can you do anything now but wait--you're so close to such a big change--patience. I like the power of Camilla's snow princess--but I wonder: is she blowing snow for a longer, colder winter?

heather said...

magic this wintery powder stuff that falls from the sky and sparkles like diamonds in the light. cold magic.

maccandace said...

I love the sunlight turning the snow into crystal in both photos.

Nicole said...

breath taking!

farmama said...

So lovely you lovely ladies!

Linda said...

Gorgeous pictures!

t does wool said...

fabulous...and that flare!

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Both beautiful. Perfect together.

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Oh...I received an email telling me this comment wasn't delivered, but here it is. Good news!

kjoto said...

i´ll send you a snow angel from the south of germany! i´ve seen it here..
and substitutional i´ll take the princess ...
:-)